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E. B. THAYER, Editor and Prop.—VOL. XXXVI.
the FAIR New Goods, H.A.S New Prices, OPENED With a Complete Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Notions, Tin ware, Crockery, Glassware, Etc. Oir Mono is One frits is All aii Hat Hie Lsiest. Come ye economically inclined shoppers LI CT A f I*"*} and be convinced that I I'l C* m 111 11 We Do What We Say We Do. p a ff Block, 216 Third st. Wausau, w*s. the Fro3t-Philbrick Pharmacy Dealers In POSE MSGS * SUNDRIES, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Cigars, Confections. Fir.a line of Tooth and Hair Brushes. Proscriptions are our specialty. 506 THIRD STREET. NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE. NEAL BROWE. L. A. PRADT. 0. 8. GILBERT ABSTRACTS. We have the only abstract of Mara thon county. We have a thoroughly qualitieil abstractor ami make abstracts at reasonable prices. We are respons ible for all abstracts made by us and guarantee that they show the condition of the tille properly as it appears on record. An abstract of title is useful if you desire to sell or mortgage your prop erty, and is very valuable in ascertain ing defects in your title that cau be easily remedied and yet might be suf ficient to spoil a saie. If you desire an abstract of the title to your property, call and see us. Wausau Law & Land Associate Offices over First Natioual Bank. C. SMITH, M. D. Wausau, Wis., SPEIA L I ST in all Chronic and Private Diseases. Special attention given to all female complaints. All calls answered day or night. Office over Wilterding & Stephany's drug store,” corner Third ana Washington streets. Residence 715 Second and Franklin streets. TELEPHONE 409. Gigantic Fail Opening A tremendous opening display of the finest Suits and Over coats ever brought to the city. Wc have determined upon a tremendous Opening Sale and have marked such Extremely Low Prices upon each and every article, that we are assured of the busiest seoson we have had since our successful career in the city. TTVO T7ITTI Asa Special Inducement we | IT"> TVITTI X 1 r"V r 1 P i Will give away ABSOLUTELY JO JO\j L? I F l .l a large Mantel Clock, handsomely decorated, with every purchase of $lO and over. Men's TliUHt Suit n every shade am! pattern, one vou lnvn bcu pay iitg $7 00 and O /\ Q $8 00 for, at this sale. Men’s strictly AH Wool Suits in Worsteds, Ivors* y, Cheviot*, in fact the swellest suits that can bo otaiuod from 12 50 to sl4 08, will be Q QA sold at this saio for o,€7w Men's Beaver Overcoats in black. brown and grey, regular retail p.ioc $750, at Q C A tbU sale, O.OU Men’s Stylish Overcoats in covert cloth, grey vicnucl King Kdwarti Cape Coats, cuff sl*eves, in fact every new and nobby design, Q QA 12 50 to 16 00 coats, at this sale O* THE HUB, m “" Wausau's Leading Up-to-Date Clothiers and Furnishers. A FLIM FLAM MAN. One Strikes Wausau and Also Strikes Trouble. Monday, a week ago, Joe Lucia, who conducts the Adams House, was called up by telephone by someone claiming to represent E. C. Clegg, of Antigo. The fellow stated that he would have a man here shortly, hiring men for the woods anil that Joe should hoard him [and give him what money lie wanted and that Clegg would make it good. The next day a stranger appeared, claiming to be the man that was to hire the labor. He spent money rather free ly, and made a good fellow of himself, engaged a room for the night, left a grip and umbrella in the care of Lucia anti went up town. Later he reap peared and asked for $5 in cash, which was given him. Shortly before the train on the St. Paul left town that evening he came rushing into the Adams House and to Lucia stated that he had some men at the depot whom he desired to ship north and needed $lO to pay their fares. Lucia gave him a cheek for the amount and then sat down anil wrote to Clegg, who is a di rector of the Langlade Cos. Rank at Antigo, enquiring about the matter. Clegg immediately telegraphed back to have the fellow arrested, that he was crooked and was wanted at Antigo. The Adams House proprietor located the fellow late in the day following aud had him locked up. Wednesday he appeared before Judge Miller and acknowleged the crime of obtaining money under false pretenses ami was bound over to circuit court. He was then taken to Merrill to plead guilty iu court ocfoi a the district judge and re ceived h'.s sentence of one year in Wau pun. He is now being boa'iMed and clothed at the state’s expense in the city of Waupun. The fellow had the appearance of a working man. He gave the name of Martin Gliuas, claimed Antigo as his home, and was slightly known to several people in town At the saloon of Strachota Bros, he worked the same scheme, telling one of the proprietors the same kind of a story, and obtaining funds on the strength of it, and it is probable that there are other victims. Dr. Rich, dentist, over American Express office, Scott street. If A USA uWbPILOT. FARMERS VS. COMPANY. A number of farmers living in the vicinity of Mosinee last week appeared in court at that village against, the Wausau Excelsior Cos., of this city, but later the trial was transferred to Wau sau, where it took place in circuit court before a leferee, H. Wipperman, of Grand Rapids. The suit was inaugur ated by the farmers to recover about $2,800 that they claim is due them through a sale of basswood bolts to the agent of the company, David Sullivan. The company claimed that Sullivan was not its agent, but had merely bought bolts on commission, yet it was admitted that during the early winter of last season the orders drawn by Sul livan on the firm were duly honored but later when the price of bolts fell below that for which Sullivan had con tracted for, his orders were ingnored. It was then that the trouble arose. The excelsior company published no tices iu the papers to the effect that Sullivan did not act as its agent, while the latter most emphatically denied this statement. In the suit, which end ed Saturday, the farmers were repre sented by Park & Laraoeaux, of Stev ens Point while the defendant company employed Bump, Marehetti <& Bump, of Wausau, and Herman Frank, of Chica go, as its counsel. The referee will submit the testimony to Judge Webb, of Grand Rapids, for a decision. DRUGGIST MEETING. The Marathon County Druggist As sociation met Friday morning over Naff/.’ drugstore and elected the fol lowing officers: G. Naff/ President. C. S. Blair (Mosinee)—•Vice-Pies. J. P. Stephany—Treasurer. D. F. Ploss— Secretary. One object of the meeting was to pro mote and maintain the good feelingand courtesy that has always existed be tween the druggists of this county and henceforth regular meetings will be held on the Ist Friday of every second month in place of every six months as was the former custom. They also de eided to close at 9 l*. M. evenings, ex cepting Tuesdays and Saturdays, and to keep open on Sundays between the hours of 8:30 and 12:80 a. m , and from 4:00 to 0:00 IV M., ami remain closed the rest of the time. DF. Ploss, Sec’y. A large assortment of Men’s Pants, in every variety, ail wool, worsteds, am} heavy A A „ cheviots pan's, in one ie*. at this sale, Men’s and Youth’s Heavy Fleece Line Underwear, you’ll pay 45c for the same kind, at 1 Qr this sale, J Vu Men’s Jersey Overshirts, heavy weight, double breasted, a good 50c shirt, at this sale 19c Men’s Heavy Wool Socks, the 25c article, Qr Opening sale price, ww WAIfSAIJ, WiS , XIJHSPAY. OCTOPER 22, 1901. A QUEER STORY Is that Told by Mrs. Wm. Bremel Tuesday Evening. Last Tuesday evening the citizens of Wausau were considerably worked up over the alleged mistreatment and rob bery of a woman, Mrs. Wm. Bremel, who resides at 101 Liberty street, just east of the St. Paul R y Co.’s round house. At the time, sorrow was ex pressed, but many have had reason to change their feelings in this regard. We will tell the story as gleaned from various reports. The Breniels are building anew house and that day Mrs. Bremel de sired to pay off the carpenters, so she says, and had collected about $640.00 for this purpose. A few minutes be fore six o’clock that evening, she sat down to a table, and was engaged in counting the money, when she heard a footstep at the door. She did not turn around for the reason that she thought it was her husband returning from his work. Suddenly she was sie/ed, she avers, and was choked and thrown to the floor with violence. She saw a hand grab the money and before she could regain her feet the mau had dis appeared. She in support of her story showed linger nail marks on her throat blit could give no description of her assailant. The house is situated in such a position, so the neighbors claim, had anyone been around there at that time he would have been noticed by someone. A man working in the St. Paul yards passed the house exactly at the time when the robbery was sup posed to be taking place, and saw no one anti everything was quiet. She did not inform the neighbors nor was the supposed robbery known until after her husband caiue home some time afterward. The entire police force was kept busy that night looking for the alleged crook, aud money was spent iu tele graphing to other cities notifying the authorities to be on (lie lookout for the crook. Two men were arrested at Junction City and detained, and one at Eland Jet. These were later let go their way, after being much inconven ienced and chagrined at their arrest. The next morning closer questioning of Mrs. Bremel led the police to take no stock iu her story, aud they have since abandoned the seach for the robber. She claimed at first to have drawn the money out of the bank, but an inquiry at the banks showed that she had not been at any of them the day before. Wheu confronted with this fact she then stated that she had drawn part of it from the bank some months ago, the rest she had hidden away in a mattress. Thus we close our story and let the reader judge the truthfulness of it. Mrs, Bremel has a contempt since the incident happened for officers and newspapermen. MORE HONORS. Emil Breitkreutz, of this city, won two events iu the Sophomore-Freshmen athletic meet at Madison last Thursday. These were the mile dash and twb mile run, making the. former in 5:22, the lat ter in 11:13. The Milwaukee Sentinel has the following to say in regard to Breitkreutz: “Of all the men, both sophmores and fresmen, Breitkreutz s.ood out the most prominent of them all. He won the mile hands down anti took the two mile away from McEachron after one of the gamest fights seen on Camp Randall in many a day. These two men watched each other closely throughout the long run. “Little Mac” doing nearly all of the pacing About 220 yards from the finish Breitkreutz pulled up and the race from that point to the finish alone gave the spectators the value of their money amt repaid them for the dis comforts they had suffered. The Wau sau lad won by two feet and showed conclusively thr.t he will, with proper coaching, be a valuable nian next year. ' LARGE INCREASE. The state tas levy for 1902 has been completed and it shows a large increase over the levy of 1901. The latter year jt was $1.84-5,570 and for 1002 $2,257,854, o; an increase of $912,281, most of which increase is caused by the 1 mill school tax. This school fund is distributed to the various schools in the state, by counties, according to the school cen sus. The apportionment just made shows Marathon county will get $19,- 18. Last year the amount was $11,172.71. JACKET DISPLAY MWMHiir. A -KT-KT'S. A REPRESENTATIVE of one of the most Fashionable Coat and Jacket Manufacturers will be at our store on that date, and the Newest and very Latest stuff will be shown. He will have with him Styles that are exact copies of Parisian Models, also a full line of the New Ladies’ Ulsters, Raglans. Automobile Coats. English Box Coats and the three-qua - ter Lengths, Etc., Etc. Also a full line of Fur Trimmed goods. Do not miss this opportunity as you will not get another chance to see such a lot of Swell Garments as will be shown on that date. No city store has them newer nor finer. Costs nothing to look. Inspection invited. i Garments delivered,(also measures taken. One day only. NOT. REVOKED. The case of Ernst Page], a west side saloon keeper, who, it was charged by membei-3 of Cutler Post, G. A. R., had I publicly expressed his satifaetion at the I shootiug of president McKinley and ! that if he died he would set up a barrel of beer, etc , a petition was signed by ! members of the Post, and presented to : the council at its first meeting iu October j There was also presented to the council at that meeting a complaint accusing Pagal of keeping a disorderly place. The council fixed upon Wednesday evening, October 16th, as a time for heat ; ng the case. On that eveniug the I council chamber was comfortably filled ! with lawyers, witnesses and spectators, i Otto Krueger, was attorney for Pagal and city attorney, H. H. Mausou, M. A Hurley and C. H. Mueller were pres ent to conduct the prosecution. Tne taking of testimony was the first in order, and Frank Omhoff swore that he was in Pagel’s saloon after the shoot of McKinley ; that Pagel said he would treat when the president was dead, re ferring to him as a “dog and murderer.” Ernst Preuss swore that he was in Pagel’s place on the same evening, and heard Pagel say that he would set up I the drinks when McKinley was dead, also heard Pagel refer to McKinley as a dog and a murderer. August Marquardt, sheriff, said that he had heard reports against Pagel and went over to investigate as there were threats being made. He asked Pagel if he had said that he would set up a barrel of beer in the event of McKin leys*s death. This he denied but had I treated in a friendly manner. Mr. Marquardt advised Pagel to leave the city and he did so, going to Stevens Point. Ernst Pagel testified that he was a j saloon keeper and had been for 17 years. | He had heard the testimony and denied it all, as to statement referring to what he said about setting up a barrel of beer in the event of president McKin ley’s death; also as to calling the presi dent a “dog and a murderer.” On the , contrary he had expressed sorrow at , the shooting and death of president Mc- Kinley. He claimed to be a socialist ! and not an anarchist. R Jones, August Pagel, Charles Loe del, Martin Fogarty and others testified in favor of Pagel, as to being pres ent on the evenings when it was said that Pagel had made the statements claimed by the witnesses. Messrs. Muellei Krueger and Hurley addressed the members of the city council after which a vote was taken as to whether the charges should be sustained. The vote stood two iu favor and fifteen against THE OLDEST CLUB. At the meeting of the Federation of Women’s Clubs, held in Madison last week, Mrs. Harry Howe Shelto?i, vice president of the Ninth District, had the following to say of the work done in our city by the Ladies’ Literary Club: Wausau—The Ladies’ Literary club is the oldest club iu the district. Its department work has been very satis factory, and the open meetingsLuusual ly interesting. The object and aim of the club is to build a public library. It has sixteen traveling libraries in circula tion and six more ready to .'■end out. The club women of the Ninth district believe that the steady growth of women’s eluos in numbers, membership and influence demonstrates that such clubs till a place in the educational economy of the times. A NEW CALL. The Kov. Enoch Perry, who will probably come to the Washington Avenue Methodist 011111*011 by the de cision of the conference at Ilipon, is about 38 years of age and is an indefatigable woker as well as an able preacher. He began work at Markesan in 1883 and has successively been sta tioned at Juneau, Menasha, Waupaca, Wausau and Whitewater. In each of the fields he did good work. At Waupaca he ministered three years with distinguished success. During a three years’ stay at Wausau extensive improvements were made in this church property, aud a union chapel at Dancy ; was erected under his supervision. While in the Whitewater pulpit a | fine parsonage was purchased and ! improved, troublesome debts of years’ stauding were liquidated, in the last year the accessions were especially large. Mr. Perry has a. wife and three daughters. He is a popular minister. — Milwaukee Sentinel. TO BE PROSECUTED. District Att’y Fred. Genrich has com menced action against the Wausau Ex celsior Cos. to recover SSOO which be longs to the county school fund as a fine provided by state law for a viola tion of incorporation laws. The law reads that a foreign corporation doing business in the state of Wisconsin must tile with the secretary of state its char ter or a certification of incorporation. A penalty of $.500 is fixed for the tirst offense and SI,OOO for the second. This money is to be paid into the school fund of the county where the corpora tion does business, and there is no compromise in the matter. It is al leged that the Wausau Excelsior Cos. is a foreign corporation, its stockholders being composed of men residing in Chicago The company has never complied witn the law in this regard and thus action w r as begun. There a ,- e numerous instances of this kind in W seonsin aud a few more in this county that will soon find them selves in the same boat with above mentioned company. It was but a few days ago that a large concern doing business here complied with the law in this regard, that has been carrying on business here for years, and yet was foreign and had not filed the necessary papers. There are many Chicago lum ber firms that do business in this state that do not pa} r a c nt of taxes, but have their stocks all shipped out at the time of assessment. CHURCHES PROVIDED FOR. The M. E. conference, held at ltipon, concluded its work last Tuesday, at which the assignment of ministers was made. The Pilot gives below those named for this and the Oshkosh dis tricts: A I’l’EToN DIM UK TANARUS, Presiding Elder, J. E. Farmer. Clintonville M. L. Evers/ Hickory and Hayes W. A Soule Manawa B. G. Colemans Merrill . E. M. Mager Milladore J. H Lewis Mosinee and Dancy ...S. J. Link Oueida Indian Missiou..C. E. Carpenter Rhinelander H. T. Wiltsie Seymour J, E. Manning Stevens Point W. A. Hall Tomahawk A. O. Bennett Wausau F. A. Pease Wittenberg and Tigerton..Peter F. Stair OSHKOSH DISTRICT. Almond B. B. Cafteen Amherst E. B. Sherwin Buena Vista E. G. Roberts llortonville and Medina J. B. Cole Menasha and Vinland Wm. Bennett Neenab J. D. Cole New London 11. F. Sherwin Plover F. C. Zoer Poysippi J. F. Fish YVaupaca G. W White Waupaca Circuit ... G. R. Short Wautoma A. Bernink Weyauwega ~T. J. Tech Wild Rose and DoppsO. Miss * INJURED FATALLY. Wednesday afternoon a team of horses belonging to the A. Kickbusch Grocery Cos., while stauding near the St. Paul depot, became frightened and ran away. In the course of their flight they ran over a child—the little daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerr, 724 Scott street. As soon as the little one wrvs picked up it was plainly manifest that its injuries were fatal. The father, who is an engineer on the St. Paul road, had that morning started out with his engine on the south run. He was telegraphed for and returned home but did not again see his child iu life, for the little one passed to mother realm shortly before bis return. Little Bernice was twenty-three months old, and the pride of doting parents whose sorrow and bereavement in her sudden death is unbounded. Funeral services were held at the res idence Thursday evening at six o’clock after which the remains were taken to Portage, the old home, for burial. TAKEN UP. Five sheep—one ram and urfe ewe and three buck lambs—have came into the enclosure of the undersigned, in the town ‘if Wausau, Sec. ”,8, T. .29, R. 8. The owner may have same by prov ing properly and paying chaiges. Oct. 4, 19;1. 3 Act.. Uakkmaxx. FOR SALE. . A Fine llanishire Down ram of pedi greed stock for sale. Will-furnish full peligree to purchaser. For particulars address, The Eureka Poultry Farm, 01.5-3 w Hamburg, Wis. No. 47 —TERMS, SI.BO per Annum o^4(^^£c+. Third St., Opp. Court House, Wausau, Wit Over 40,000 Acres of Fin# Firming and Hardwood Land# for Sal# in Marathon, Lifiooli and Tajlor Counties, Wis. Fin# Residence Property, Business Property Building Lots and Acre Property for sale In the olty. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. For Me, the nwk ef the aek ee. 83, la town , reuse 7, excepting II min la Ik, nr MCMT at the 40; cood houM thereon; 1, cloae by the eity; great bargain. Per Sere, sk eeo. ft, ead sk ef nek, end sek sei a end Mk of nek, ead alt of eek* ead awk •* N!4 eec. 7. end nk ead nek ef iwk ead sk ef nr)4 ead ak ef Mk see. a all 1* Mwn tt, tease Mk la trjwn of Plover. PK*Sale, w(4 of swk mc, 1, towa 88, raise 7; ead sek tee. 10, ead sk awk mc. 11, end iwk at Mk and sek of swk sec. 13, and ek ot nwk and ak of w % tec. IS, and nk ef nwk Me. M, ead nk ef xt l /i rec. 15, meVft ef *eVi eec. 22, eed sek ef ae*4 and sk of end ak ef awk and Ml# ef Mk mc. 83, ead nk ef awk. mo. 84, tewa 30, raise ft, ia tewa ef Texai Par dele, ak ef ewk. ead ak ef Me. 14, Mwa 88, tease 4, la tewa ef Wain. Per Sale, Mk tee. 88, end nkef ead iwk of iwk mo. Bft, ead Mk MC H, aad Bit MS Ui ID In tewa SO, ranse 8, tewa ef Hewitt. Per Sale, swk ef nek. eed k ef Mk, mo. 81, towa 80, ranse 1 Mwa af Hewitt. Per Sale, nwk aid awk ef aek mo. at, town 10, ranse t, tewa ef Hewitt. Per tele, ek ef wk Me. tt, ead ek ef iwk Me. 89, tewa 80, tease ft, town af Hewitt. Per tele, k ef Me. at, tewa 87, raase 4; ead k ef aek ead aek af nwk MM. UL UW* U, mase ft, tewai ef Heilaee end Cleveland. Per tele, eek, eed nek ef Mk Me. 13, tewn Bft, ranse 10, tewa ef never. Per tele, iwk mo. It, tewn M. ranse t; end nek mo. TANARUS, tewn J& mast a Met tt HfhMl tad Paxes. Per tela, ak af aek Me. tl, tewn 80, ranse 8, tewn ef Hewitt, Per tele, awk and iwk mi 81 ell In tewn 87, ranse 1 tewn ef HauMt. Par tele, aek •* Mk and ik ef Mk mc. Ift, tewn 80, raise 1 tewa af - *—TffS Par tela, Mk *f iwk and wk ef Mk *ea. 81 Mwa 80, ranse 1 tewn af Texai Par tele, me fr.k mc 1 Mwa H raise 7, Mwa af Maiae. Per tele, wk ef awk. and awk af iwk Me. H ead aek aaa. M, tewa U, mate 1 MW* af fU* Lake. Par tela, lots 8 eed l see. 11 ead aek ef awk aad wk af awk ead ak af awk Me. ■, aH la Mwa M, ranse 1 Mwa ef Hewitt. Per tele, Mk af Mk mo. 1 ead ak of nrk tea. 11 eU la Mwa N. raise Is aad Mk Ml M, Mwa 10, tease 1 Mwa* of Texas ead Hewitt Per Bali sk ef Mk mi at; ead ak ef ask Ma. 87, Mwa 81 rang* l Mwa af KawwlMa. Per tele, ek ef eek end ek of nwk Ml 1 end nk ef nek Ml 1 MwnH range 4, Mwa af Hslaay, Par tale, sek mo. 84. Mwn 81 range 1 end nk ef iwk Me. 1 Mwn M, range 1 Mwna af Jahnaa* end Wsktoa. Per tsli sk ef sek mo. M, end iwk mo. 81 Mwa 81, range 1 la Taylor saxatp. Per tele, Mk mo. 1 end wk ef iwk ms. 17, end ak Mk mo. 11 ell la Mwa 17. range 1 la Mwn ef Brighton; aad ek ef Mk mo. 81 Mwa 81 range 1 le town ef Berlin: end ik or iwk eat 88, Mwn si, range 1 la tewa ef toett; ead swk mi 81, Mwa 81 range 7. la Wa af Merrill, lineal* sevnty. Par tala, nek af Mk Ml IB wn 81 range 4, Mwa af Klatbraok. Per tela, ek ef Mk mi 81, Mwa 87, range 1 Mwa ef taaiL Per tali sek mo. *4, end iwk Ml 81 Mwa 87, range 4, Mwa ef CTevslsatt Per tale, wk ef awk mi 81 Mwa 81 range 10, Mwa ef Herrlaaa. Per tele, ek ef awk end nwk af eek mi U, Mwa 80, range H Mwa af lanUH* Per tele, swk mi 81 Mwa 81 ranse 1 Mwa ei Well. Par Sals, Mk mi 80, Mwn 81 ranga 1 Mwa af /Mb Pella. Per Sale, sek of awk ead ek ef swk mo. 1 tewa 81 range 1 Mwa af Piaakfed Per tale, lots ll 14 and IS and iwk af a a 3ft tea. l Mwa 81 range 1 a Bleared told aad dailltod house thereon, town ef Hasten. For talr, nwk ms. 11 Mwn 81 range 4, In Mwn ef Hal My. Per tali ne!ft ef Mk end >k ef Mk eel 81, Mwn 81, range 11 Mwa af Plever. For Sale, nek of Mk end *k ef Mk see. M, Mwn M, tense 1 Mwn af Jehnaea. ror tele, wk of eek eed nwk * f nwk mo. 11 Mwn 91 raro l In Mwn ef tpeneert end aW aad eek of iwk see. 11, town 87, range 8, In town ef BrlgkMn; end Mk mo. 11 town 88, range lln tone of Hull; end sk ef swk end sk of wk mo. fft, town 88, range 1 le Mwa ef Holton; end nwk ? ms. It, town 87, range ft, la Mwa ef Ban Pleine; end ek ef awk MO. 1 Mwn 87. range 4. In towa of Cleveland; end nk ef eek end ek ef nwk ead k on iwk sea. 1 end nwk oi aw k eeo sk of awk r id sk ef Mk mo. It, town 88, range 4, le town ef Wain; end nk of nek sad swk of ek eed wk end sk of sek mo. It, tewa 81, rente ft, end ek of nek and nek of nwk tec. 16, town 86. range 1 la town of Bergen; and eek ef nek mo. It, town 87, range 1 In town of Moslnee; end sek of nek see. 8, town 28, range ft. la Mwn of Haratbcn; ead aek of sek eee. 11 town 27, rengo 7, la Mwa af nroaea wetter; eed sk mo. If, town 88, range 11 end nwk, of nwk tec. 16, town 88, raago It, la Mwa af Easton; aid ek ef eek and ak of nwk aad swk of nwk sad sk of swk aad eek ef sek end swk of k sea. Ift, Mwn 30, range 1 eed wk of mo. 11 Mwa 10, range 8, eed swk mo. BS, end sk of nwk and swk mo. *1 Mwn 81 ranse 1 la town ef Texai Por Sale, swk mo. 11 town 80, range 11 Mwn ef Harrison. Ter Sale, awk of nwk mo. 1, Mwn 91 range 11 Mwn ef Nettle. Per tale, swk of swk Me. 81 Mwn 88, range 18, Mwn of Plover. Per Sale, awk and ek f Mk mo. 11 Mwn 31 range 5, Mwn of Rib Pam Por tali aw frk mc. 18, town 87, ranga 8, Mwn ef KronenwetMr. Per Sale, swk mc. 86, town 87, range ft, Mwn ef Knunet. P Jr Se e, sk of sek mc. 1, and aek ef aek Me. 13, town So, range 11 Mwn af Karribml For Sale, ek of sek mo. M, and ek of nek mc. 3ft, and nk ef nwk mo. 81 Mwn 81 range 7, Mwa of Tsias. Por Sale, wk ef Mk mo. 11, Mwn JC, raago 8, Mwn of Hewitt. Por Sale, swk and wk of Mk mo. 91 town 81, range 1 Mwa ef Canine, Ltnaela eaanty. Por Sale, ek of nek, mc. 11 Mwn 80, range 1 Mwn ef Hewitt. Kor prices and terms, or any information relating to the above described lauds, apply at my office, H. B. Huntington. The Purity of our Brew has in the past year increased our sales over 30 per m Janke & Weise, ,11 MAIN STREET WAUSAU.